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McFarlane LeRoy F: Drain clip for surgical drain. Coilform Company, August 8, 1972: US3682180 (590 worldwide citation)

A drain clip and method for making a drain clip for use in circumposed relation about a surgical drain of tubular rubbery material. The clip has a) an elongate base of rigid material preferably in sheet form with a smooth main surface to be positioned in overlaying relation of an incision line and w ...


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Colyer John E: Combined electrode and hypodermic syringe needle. The Wellcome Foundation, August 8, 1972: US3682162 (278 worldwide citation)

A hypodermic needle for connection with a hypodermic syringe attachment and which comprises at least two electrode elements, an inner one of which conveys fluid as a conventional hypodermic needle and the two of which combine as a probe having a tip-end stimulation zone when connected with an electr ...


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Steven I Zoltan: Pulsed droplet ejecting system. Clevite Corporation, Eber J Hyde, August 8, 1972: US3683212 (205 worldwide citation)

An electro-acoustic transducer is coupled to liquid in a conduit which terminates in a small orifice. Preferably, the acoustic impedance of the supply portion of the conduit is large compared with the acoustic impedance of the orifice. The liquid is under small or zero static pressure. Surface tensi ...


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Apfel Joseph H, Gelber Robert M: Infra-red interference filter. Optical Coating Laboratory, August 8, 1972: US3682528 (158 worldwide citation)

Infra-red reflecting interference filter having a substrate capable of transmitting visible energy and having a surface with a precoat layer adherent thereto formed of a thin layer of material and a layer of silver deposited on the thin layer and having a thickness so that it is highly transmitting ...


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Gerald F Woods King, Robert Weaver Agincourt: Coaxial cable connectors. The Bunker Ramo Corporation Oak Brook IL, Frederick M Arbuckle, August 8, 1972: US3683320 (138 worldwide citation)

Coaxial cable connectors in which a clamping member is carried within a cap member and is arranged to cam wall means of a central conductor, supported within a body member, into engagement with an end portion of a cable center conductor when the cap member is moved in a connecting direction relative ...


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Messner Jacob: Cover materials for body-supporting articles. August 8, 1972: US3681797 (129 worldwide citation)

A cover material for the body-supporting portion of a chair, couch, or the like is formed with a number of internal ducts connected either to a source of pressurized air or to a source of vacuum. Apertures extend between the surface of the cover and the ducts for the intake and discharge of air ther ...


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Dali Carmelo P, Szempruch Walter T: Nasal cannula. Baxter Laboratories, August 8, 1972: US3682171 (113 worldwide citation)

Nasal cannula device molded of a soft, flexible material includes a tubular member which supports a pair of integral cannula extensions. Openings at each end of the tubular member provide alternative connection points for an oxygen supply tube. An arch-like nose bridge engageable band member integra ...


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David L Hollis: Omnidirectional loop antenna array. Corning Glass Works Corning NY, Clarence R Patty Jr, Walter S Zebrowski, William J Simmons Jr, August 8, 1972: US3683389 (105 worldwide citation)

An antenna array for use with a system for receiving signals from a radio capsule disposed within a patient's gastrointestinal tract. The array of antennas comprises three mutually perpendicular loop antennas, two of which are ferrite-core loop antennas disposed near the center of the array, the thi ...


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Murata Norio: Physiological signal transmitter for use inside the body. Matsushita Electric Industrial G, August 8, 1972: US3682160 (104 worldwide citation)

A miniature medical transmitter detects a physiological variable in a human body and transmits a signal to a receiver placed at the outside of a human body, more particularly to an orally swallawable minature transmitter for measuring pH value or any other variable in a gastro-intestinal tract. The ...


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Glen R Southworth: Television bandwidth compression and expansion system. Colorado Video, Duane C Burton, August 8, 1972: US3683111 (102 worldwide citation)

A television scan converter system converting a television signal to a narrow bandwidth by high order sampling techniques which may scramble the signals, and then converting the narrow bandwidth television signals to hard copy or a standard television signal. The system may include color transmissio ...